Undefeated Aberdeen boxer Kristen Fraser will bid for ring history by fighting for the Commonwealth bantamweight title next month.
The 30-year-old will be the first Scottish female professional boxer to compete for a Commonwealth belt.
Fraser’s major title shot was confirmed at a press conference at the DoubleTree by Hilton Aberdeen Treetops Hotel.
It is a mammoth bout for Aberdeen boxing and for one of the hottest rising prospects in British women’s boxing.
Northern Sporting Club star Fraser will top the bill at the Treetops show on Saturday November 24.
Boasting an unblemished pro record of five wins from five fights, Fraser today vowed the title shot will be the first of many.
She said “I am really excited about fighting for a title.
“I am not going to sit here and wait for people to come to me.
“Now I am going to start chasing.
“I have already had a look at who has got the belts and is sitting out there.
“For the last couple of years I have been sitting picking people and will now start chasing them down and calling them out.
“I will say we have the backing, the venue and the sponsors so come over here.”
Fraser, aka TFE or “The First Ever”, extended her winning run to five fights with a seventh round stoppage of Rozmari Silyanov in Paisley on October 6.
The Aberdonian dominated the Bulgarian to secure the first stoppage of her pro career.
Completing an eight rounder opened up the way for a title shot, with Fraser set to box for the Commonwealth belt over 10 rounds.
After triumphing in Paisley in her last bout, Fraser, pictured, is relishing a return to action in her home city.
She said: “I love fighting in Aberdeen and to go for a title is fantastic.
“Everyone said my last show in Aberdeen was a great fight.
“If you are enjoying it and getting into it it creates a brilliant atmosphere.”